Brazilian phenom Filipe Toledo put on a clinic all the way through the Final of the 2015 Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast, earning the first perfect 10 on the men's Tour in the final minutes of his heat against Australian Julian Wilson. Both surfers would end up as World Title contenders heading into the final event of the season.
Lima also earned a perfect score at the 2015 Rip Curl Women's Pro Bells Beach. But despite performances like this one, she didn't have consistently strong event finishes, and wasn't able to reqaulify for the Tour in 2016.
During the 2015 Oi Rio Pro, local favorite Filipe Toledo threw two airs on a single wave to open his Round 4 heat with a perfect 10. It would be the first of two 10s he scored during the Rio contest, which he went on to win.
Toledo went sky-high in the Final of the Oi Rio Pro throwing a massive, no-grab air-reverse for a perfect 10. He buckled his board in the process, but went on to win the event with a near-perfect heat score (19.87 out of a possible 20), to the delight of thousands of fans on the beach.
Owen Wright tackled this cavernous wave in the first five minutes of his Round 5 heat at the 2015 Fiji Pro. He wowed the fans in the channel, the commentators, and the judges, who were unanimous in scoring the performance a perfect 10. It was the first of his history-making four 10s at the event.
Just when it looked like Owen Wright couldn't increase his score any further with an 8.93 and perfect 10, he did the unthinkable and added another perfect 10. He carved his name into history during Round 5 of the 2015 Fiji Pro by earning a perfect, 20-point heat.
Owen Wright (AUS) scored a perfect 10 on his fourth wave in the Final of the Fiji Pro and then backed it up with another perfect 10. He had already made history with a perfect heat in Round 5 and he accomplished the feat yet again in the event Final.
C.J. Hobgood (USA) went for broke in Round 3 at the 2015 Billabong Pro Tahiti and earned this perfect 10. Hobgood went on to win the Andy Irons Most Committed Award, a sweet moment for the 2001 World Champion who announced his retirement in 2015.
Tatiana Weston-Webb, a rookie on the women's Samsung Galaxy Championship Tour, kicked things off at the 2015 Roxy Pro France with a huge tube ride to earn a whopping 10 points. Weston-Webb earned the best result of her rookie season with a runner-up finish in France.
Reigning World Champion Gabriel Medina upped the ante -- literally -- in Round 4 of the Quik Pro France: Taking advantage of a glassy ramp, the young Brazilian boosted high above the lip, completing an air-reverse with a perfect landing. The ride earned him a perfect 10.
Up against fellow Brazilian heavyweight Adriano de Souza at the Quiksilver Pro France, World Champ Gabriel Medina was undaunted. Driving through a hollow barrel in the Semifinals, he posted his second perfect 10 of the contest. He would go on to both win the event, and score a spot in the 2015 World Title race.
Californian Kolohe Andino struggled throughout much of the CT season, but requalified with a solid showing on the Qualifying Series. He reminded fans and fellow competitors of his talent with a 10 at the 2015 Moche Rip Curl Pro Portugal.
Sebastian Zietz dropped a perfect 10 in his Round 3 heat at the Billabong Pipe Masters. The Hawaiian stood tall in a hollow barrel, emerging behind the spit in a heroic display of commitment and was rewarded accordingly. Unfortunately, even with his incredible score, Seabass couldn't find a backup and will not requalify for the 2016 CT.